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The enormous namesake trees at Sequoia & Kings Canyon National Park attract the most visitors, but other aspects of the terrain demand equal admiration. Within the prominent ranges of the Sierra Nevada mountain, explorers can take in 3,200 lakes and ponds and over 4,100 kilometres of rivers and streams. More than 1,200 kilometres of trails snake through a landscape that includes dry lowlands, dense oak woodlands and wildflower-covered foothills, which encompass more types of flora and fauna than any other area in this dynamic 865,964-acre expanse.